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Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019

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Sarah Adams said: “It was 7.45am and I was in the kitchen getting my son Josh ready to go to basketball,” External link

southwales-eveningpost Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 10H41m CEST

Richard Hunt said: "He gave up everything, and look what we’ve done over there. When I look at it now, we’ve not achieved anything, really. The Taliban are still in Afghanistan. All we’ve done is interfered and made the situation worse. “James didn’t achieve anything because we shouldn’t have been there anyway. That is heartbreaking”. Ms Adams’ frustrations with the powers that be in this country have not dimmed over the last decade. There may be a different political party in power, but her attitude is the same. If anything, it’s got worse, she says. “Tony Blair should not be allowed a voice and has a lot to answer for. I hold him, George Bush and the Taliban responsible for James’ death. “At the moment I would say any government, no matter who is in power, is not respecting the Armed Forces in the way that they deserve to be respected. “When you look at young people you want to protect them. James was my child and I would not want anyone to go through what he had to endure and what we have to endure now, every day. “We have always had an amazing Armed Forces in this country and we should be proud of them all. The downfall is the government - they send our soldiers to these conflicts but they need more support, and they need all the support they can get when they come back. “If the government cannot provide that they shouldn’t send people to these war zones. “Everything should be done to make sure that absolutely everything is taken care of, and they have failed spectacularly”. James had only been in Afghanistan for 62 days when he died (Image: PA) In the final month that James was in Afghanistan, he earned less than £1,300 for risking his life on a daily basis. His mother says he had to pay insurance costs, tax and National Insurance contributions, among other things, while he was serving. He was young and single, but other soldiers would have families and children of their own to support at home. “Why are they having to pay tax and insurance when they are out there fighting for the country? They should not have to worry about anything else while they’re there. It’s just ridiculous, and nothing has changed”. In 2012, three years after her son’s death, Ms Adams flew to Afghanistan, to the place where James died in hospital. “I went on my own, with three people from the Ministry of Defence, and we were there a whole day. “I just wanted to see where James closed his eyes for the last time”. Ms Adams thinks about her son every day, and every July, leading through to September, the grief and sense of longing intensifies. “I can’t really tell you how I’ve got to 10 years without him. He’s always with me. “James had a lovely group of friends and they’ve all been great but sometimes it’s hard to see them growing up, doing things that James never got the chance to do. He’s never going to get married, he’s never going to have children. “On July 27 I know it will be 62 days until the 10-year anniversary of his death, and I’m dreading that countdown. It’s something I go through every year. “I’m an ambassador for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, who have been great and do so much for the people who serve this country, so we will do something on September 27 along with friends and family. “You try to be brave for those around you but it’s so hard sometimes. James was such a good boy”. James with his sister Emma (Image: Daily Mirror) Read More Just six weeks before James died, another 21-year-old Welsh soldier suffered the same fate. The circumstances surrounding their deaths are strikingly similar. Private Richard Hunt was driving a Warrior vehicle in Helmand Province in Afghanistan on Thursday, August 13, 2009. He had driven over an explosive device less than two days earlier, but on that occasion he escaped injury, as the IED only managed to damage one of the tank’s wheels. On that fateful Thursday, however, another hidden device would rip through the tank, and through the lives of the Hunt family in Abergavenny. He was the 200th British soldier to die in Afghanistan and 254 other deaths followed. “He was a designated sniper, not a driver,” said Richard’s mother, Hazel Hunt. “He was a qualified driver too, and as the soldier who was meant to be driving had been sick, Richard took over. I remember him joking to me ‘the buggers have got me driving now’. “On that day, they had to drive through some abandoned compounds, and Richard started to make his way through. His was the 15th vehicle to drive over the explosive device, which had been buried in the ground. “It ripped his seat off its anchors. He had the hood down to protect him from sniper fire and after the explosion they managed to get the hood off quickly to see if Richard was still breathing. He was. “He was flown by helicopter to a hospital over there and the doctors were able to stabilise him. He was then flown home to a hospital in Birmingham, which is were we met him. “The doctors told us straight away that there was nothing they could do. It was just a matter of time. But we managed to spend four precious hours with him. “At 2.15pm on Saturday, August 15, my son died. He would have been 22 the following week”. The last photograph of Richard Hunt before he was killed (Image: Hazel Hunt) Read More Richard grew up on a farm, and when he was a very young boy he would always be found outside, playing, and he was “very much into tractors”. As he got a bit older it was clear that he would, one day, make a career for himself in the forces, such was his penchant for the outdoors and adventure. “From the age of seven or eight he was always playing soldiers. He just loved being outdoors so from a certain point I think he knew that he wanted to be in the army," External link

southwales-eveningpost Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 10H41m CEST

Sean King said (sobre Kim Jong un): "They would soon realize what a pariah basket case their state is. How un-respected it is," "I think Trump's offers of riches fall on Kim's deaf ears because Kim knows his days would be numbered if his people ever got rich and actually knew what was going on" External link

koreatimes Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 10H33m CEST

Hermogenes Esperon said: "We have not abandoned any island, no island was taken from us since 2016 and we are strengthening our positions and possession," External link

channelnewsasia Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 10H32m CEST

Seth Meyers sagte: „Ich wollte mit der Wahrheit beginnen und bei der Kunst enden.“ External link

AbendBlatt Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 10H28m CEST

Ocean Vuong : „Auf Erden sind wir kurz grandios“ External link

AbendBlatt Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 10H28m CEST

Donald Trump sanoi: – Jos vaan voin auttaa, rakastaisin mahdollisuutta olla välittäjänä, External link

yle Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 09H46m CEST

Donald Trump sanoi: – Voittaisin sen sodan viikossa, mutta en halua tappaa miljoonia ihmisiä, External link

yle Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 09H46m CEST

Joan Fontcuberta explica: “Se trataba de retoques cosméticos, como dar más luz a una zona sombreada o borrar una antena que afeaba la composición. Estas intervenciones no son preceptivas en fotografía documental o científica, e indican que a la NASA le interesaba sobre todo el valor simbólico de la imagen y su impacto en la audiencia, es decir, prevalecía la construcción de iconos sobre la obtención de evidencias. Esas pequeñas manipulaciones ha acrecentado los recelos de los incrédulos. Pero se trata de acciones embellecedoras que no deberían desacreditar la fuerza probatoria de aquellas imágenes y de otras muchísimas sin retocar conservadas en los archivos de la NASA” External link

noticiasdelaciencia Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 09H02m CEST

Eugenia Fernandez asegura: “En España no suelen producirse teorías conspirativas, pero hay un sector de la sociedad que consume lo que le llegue del otro lado de la frontera, especialmente de Estados Unidos y ciertos países latinoamericanos” External link

noticiasdelaciencia Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 09H02m CEST

Georg Seiler zei: „Voor 2020 acht ik de kans klein op een Duitse grand prix” External link

limburger Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 08H56m CEST

Roberto Amato säger: – Vi upptäckte att den hade spridits aggressivt, ersatt lokala malariaparasiter och därmed blivit den dominerande stammen i Vietnam, Laos och nordöstra Thailand, External link

dn-se Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 08H48m CEST

Dominic Jermey asegura: “Dado que ya hemos perdido gran parte de nuestra biodiversidad, necesitamos desesperadamente considerar nuevas formas de valorar, financiar e implementar la conservación” External link

HoyDigital-DO Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 08H45m CEST

Roberto Amato siger: »Vi har opdaget, at den har spredt sig aggressivt og har udskiftet de lokale malariaparasitter,« External link

mx Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 08H01m CEST

Roberto Amato siger: - Vi har opdaget, at den har spredt sig aggressivt og har udskiftet de lokale malariaparasitter, External link

DRNyheder Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 07H49m CEST

Nguyen Bich Lam sier: – Det er vanlig for mange selskaper, lokale og utenlandske, å utføre enkel bearbeiding av ferdigproduserte kinesiske produkter før de markedsføres som lokalproduserte, External link

DagensNeringsliv Terça-feira, 23 de Julho de 2019 05H31m CEST


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